• Optovue

    Optovue has received FDA clearance for the iCam non-mydriatic compact fundus camera.

    The company plans to begin sales in the U.S. in the second quarter, followed by a global release.

    The device offers joystick control, image review and electronic medical record communications, and can produce 45° color fundus images of the eye and external structures. It features a 12-bit charge-coupled sensor and an LED light source that reduces energy directed at the eye and increases the camera's life, according to a company press release.